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    • Hope Blackman

      Erica Bohrer's First Grade: You Get What You Get and You Don't Throw a Fit! - Great to read at the beginning of the year :) Annie's teacher taught them this saying and it has found a place in our home.

    • Meghan Costanzo

      You Get What You Get and You Don't Throw a Fit! Best kid's book idea ever!

    • Wanda Isaac Hall

      Great read aloud at the beginning of the year to reinforce my favorite saying - you get what you get and you DON'T throw a fit!

    • Kristen Marshall

      You Get What You Get... and you don't throw a fit! // OH! I love Shay Carl and the Shaytards and I had NO idea they got this from a children's book! Can't wait to buy it!

    • Rhonda Aldrich

      You Get What You Get (Little Boost): Julie Gassman, Sarah Horne Melvin throws fit after fit when he doesn't get what he wants. He must learn how to deal with disappointment. After all, you get what you get and you don't throw a fit. 9781479521579: Books

    • Rebecca Shooks

      You Get What You Get and You Don't Throw a Fit! Social skills

    • Jenna Bain

      My nephew was read this book by his teacher in kindergarten and he remembered it forever! You Get What You Get and You Don't Throw a Fit! - Great to read at the beginning of the year :)

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